Very good. Thanks for putting up all these Winds peaks. I've often considered an outfitter for a Gannett attempt. Do think it's worth it? Thanks.
I've been up to Bomber Lake, so I'm familiar with the Torrey Creek TH. We've thought about an outfitter up the Glacier trail. Funding wouldn't be an issue.
Nice page and an important peak.
Looks like a nice peak. It's a good page, anyway, though your pictures could be sharper. I assume they have been scanned from paper. Go on posting!
Very nice. It's good to see the Winds getting more attention, and not just the Cirque of the Towers stuff (impressive though it is). Keep em' coming! I expecially like the historical treatment at the end. Gives some depth and perspective to the peaks.
BTW, if you put up Lizard Head, I've got some great photos. Haven't climbed it myself, unfortunately.
Hey, if you've been up Lizzard Head, I've got some killer photos from various angles. We could combine them for a first-rate mountain page. I'm sure someone has photos from on the mountain itself. I've got some good one's of Mitchell as well, but again, haven't climbed it. Lemme know if you want to do this. I'll post half a dozen images as soon as it goes live.
Hey, thanks for putting this page up as I have hoped to climb it and Gannett in the same trip when I eventually get my arse over there.
Excellent page. Nice historical section. Too bad you don't have a bigger / better scan of Bierstadt's painting. It's worthy!
Very nice page! Lotsa good stuff on this page. Well done!
Nice page, glad you put it up. I was planning on climbing it next summer.
Thanks for the great page. I was wondering when someone was going to post this peak. I once camped at Island Lake and always wanted to get back. Someday.
Nice page on a peak I've been reading up on. Call it Wind River fever.
Nice page--you've put in a lot of work, and it shows; I like the unusual thing you've done with the relevant art of Bierstadt, and the stamp. Good Job!
Well done. History section is interesting and informative.
Glad to see this peak on SP!
Very nice page of beautiful mountain!
It's about time someone created a page for Fremont Peak! Well done! I plan on returning to the Titcomb Basin next summer to climb both Gannett and Fremont.
Fine page with good historical pix. Wonder if Senator Benton, Fremont's father in law, is commemorated in these mountains?